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Becoming a member of NAVREF comes with certain benefits.  These benefits include:

  • NAVREF Group Insurance Program.  Access to the NAVREF's Group Insurance Program which leverages the purchasing power of its members in order to obtain high quality insurance products at the best possible price.  NAVREF also works to specifically tailor policy to meet NAVREF members' insurance needs.  Click here for additional information on NAVREF group insurance program.
  • NAVREF Best Practices Consultations (BPC).  NAVREF's BPC promotes high quality operational practices among the VA-affiliated NPCs.  Through this program, NAVREF supports the cost of sending two or three specifically selected, experienced executie directors or NAVREF staff members to spend two days on-site reviewing all aspects of the NPC's management.  Click here to learn more about NAVREF's best practices consultations
  • NAVREF Preferred Vendor Program.  NAVREF sponsors a procurement program designed to use the purchasing power of the NPCs to obtain substaintial discounts from vendors of research suppliers and office equipment.  Members can click here to gain access to vendors and discount codes.
  • NAVREF Up-to-Dates.  NAVREF sends news items relevant to NPCs to NPC executive directors.  These items are posted on the NAVREF website for NAVREF member access.  Members can click here to gain access to the most recent postings.
  • NAVREF LinkedIn Group.  NPC executive directors are welcome to join the NAVREF Group and NAVREF ED (Executive Director) Forum on LinkIn.  The NAVREF ED Forum is for NPC executive directors only and should be used by executive directors to ask questions, share information and survey other NPCs.  Click here to learn more about the NAVREF LinkIn Group.


If you are interest in becoming a members, click here for an application form and latest NAVREF membership dues.

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